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  • One of the bartenders at the club was an elderly black twelve-string guitarist by the name of Hogman Patin.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • Rachel Ertel soon focused her energies on literature, her passion for which, inherited from her forebears, was further strengthened by her frequent visits to the Guy Patin Center (opened by the Rothschild family).

    Rachel Ertel.

  • Patin, Stanislav and Elena Cascio (Translator), 1999.

    Oil spill

  • Wes started as an inbetweener at Disney in 1953, and worked in animation and layout for Sutherland, Patin, Format, Eagle, Detiege, Hanna-Barbera and Filmation, passing away "in harness" in 1985.

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  • Patin said responsibility did not rest solely with developing countries to combat the trade in human chattel, estimated at

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  • "All humanity must work together to close down trafficking routes, prosecute and convict traffickers, and protect and re-integrate victims into society," said Patin at the launch of a partnership between the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Guy Patin recommends to a patient to have no doctor but

    Letters to his son on The Art of Becoming a Man of the World and a Gentleman

  • The first time he saw her he was in the bottom of an irrigation canal with Hogman Patin, raking mounds of yellowed weeds out of the water and flinging them up on the embankment.

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  • Hogman Patin was a big, powerful man, an ex-con musician who had done time at the old camps in Angola with Robert Pete Williams, Matthew Maxey, and Guitar Git-and-Go Welch.

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  • A gust caught another wave Patin was summoning and the water rose higher and crashed across the deck.

    The Day of the Tempest

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